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What Was Taylor Swift’s Career-Largest Tour?
The desire for Taylor Swift’s 2023 The Eras Tour tickets seems to be at an all-time high, and the release of those tickets is causing havoc among fans. Swift’s first live performances in a long time are turning out to be her largest US tour yet following the record-breaking debut of her Midnights album.
Swift has already added seventeen additional dates to her initial batch of tour announcements, including several stops in locations including Las Vegas, Tampa, Nashville, Chicago, and more. 52 programs are currently airing. The final performances of this tour’s US leg will be five nights at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles in August.
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The Reputation Stadium Tour was the last time she went on the road. That tour, which according to Economic Times only made 38 stops, was nothing in comparison to The Eras Tour at the time. With a total attendance of two million fans, it brought in $266 million.
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Additionally, Swift has scheduled a handful of performances in 2020 in support of her album Lover. These were ultimately postponed because of the pandemic. She has now released three new studio albums and two re-recorded versions, greatly increasing her fame. Swift’s The Eras Tour is unquestionably getting up to be a major tour if things continue in this direction. And yes, even Ticketmaster crashed.